Tagged: firmware

Wireless N 5GHz DGND3700 v1

In the last days I am having some trouble running 5GHz 802.11n with this device and last version of OpenWRT. It turn out that b43 open source driver can’t work in N mode, so I switched to the proprietary WL broadcom driver. However, it cause my router to crash after a client connect to it.

I’m working on it.

https://logit.wordpress.com/2013/04/04/openwrt-and-802-11n-on-asus-wl-500w/

Next step:
log driver debug information with hostapd

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OpenWRT check wireless link status

You can check if your interface is connected to an AP with

iw wlan0 link

and the output is something like this

SSID: blabla
freq: 2432
RX: 196892 bytes (1278 packets)
TX: 19107 bytes (125 packets)
signal: -35 dBm
tx bitrate: 57.8 MBit/s MCS 5 short GI

bss flags: short-preamble short-slot-time
dtim period: 0
beacon int: 100

Nedap PowerRouter – Some annoying issues

In this last month I have received the replacement for my PowerRouter due to the recall campaign for solar module problem. Now I have discovered 3 annoying issue:
1) (solved by Nedap support) I can’t see the consumption data of my old system on myPowerRouter. I can see all data exept data related to current sensor. This is my screenshot:
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2) Now that is winter the DOD is limiteted to 75% and I can’t disable this protection system.

3) Detailed data of voltage, current etc. older than July 2013 are for me unavailable. The system have been installed in 2012 and I can see the data available in the dashboard (like solar yead) from 2012.